Tree Lot Opens 11/30

Set Up will begin on Friday Nov 29th and the Tree Lot will be open in full swing Saturday Nov 30th at 9 am


The Tree Lot will be open from Saturday 11/30/19 until all the trees are gone!

Sunday & Saturday: 9a-9p
Monday thru Friday: 2p-8p

What Your Purchases Support

A portion of our proceeds support the following charities:
  • St. Alphonsus Parish
  • Ballard Food Bank
  • ...and families in need

About Our Trees

Our trees have been cut any where from 0-7 days depending on when you buy it. Tree deliveries happen twice a week to ensure freshness.


  • Noble Fir
  • Sheared Douglas Fir
  • Natural Douglas Fir
  • Korean Fir
  • Nordmann Fir
  • Fraser Fir
  • Norway Spruce
  • …and our famed “Charlie Brown” trees

Holiday Greenery:

  • Wreaths
  • Door Swags
  • Mantle Pieces
  • Cedar Garland (by the foot)

Tree Lot History

ln 1956, the camp fee for the troop operated scout camp was $9. Selling Christmas trees door-to-door and holding troop dances raised funds for the troop. The Christmas trees were cut along railroad rights-of-way and forest lands at a cost of five cents per tree. Late in the 1950s the troop began operating a tree lot at Art’s Food Center (now QFC on Holman Road). In the 1960s, several parents constructed the first tree lot sales shack. Summer camp was routinely held at Camp Omache. ln 1963, the scout camp fee was $18.50. In the 1970s, the Parents Group started making and selling swags at the tree lot. In 1976, a week at Camp Parsons cost $40 per scout. In the 1980s the tree lot was moved twice: first, to the video store across from Great Western Bank; and, then to Great Western Bank where it remained through Christmas 1990. In 1991, the Christmas tree lot was moved to St. Alphonsus’ parking lot. Sales doubled at that location where we are still selling trees annually. In 1998, the Troop had a banner year with 1400 trees sold, a troop record at the time. In 1998, the Troop broke its Christmas tree sales record. The majority of trees sold were Noble Firs. Ten years prior, most of the trees sold were untrimmed Douglas Firs. In the summer of 1999, the troop returned to Camp Parsons for the first time since 1988. The cost had risen from $115 to $150/person. Troop 100 continues to sell Christmas Trees to this day. The Tree Lot has become a local institution at St. Al’s parking lot. Many families and Scouts return year after year. In 2015, 45 Scouts attended summer camp at Camp Meriwether at a cost of $300 per Scout which was fully funded by the Tree Lot thanks to the hard-working Scouts and Parents of Troop 100 and the kind citizens of Ballard and the surrounding communities.